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Dawes Cycles Century SE (2011)

Trekking bicycle, Touring bicycle; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

The Bike List.co.uk describes the Dawes Century SE as a 'do everything' bike, and said that as time went along, they found themselves more and more attached to this machine. Whenever, they …

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Dawes Cycles Clubman (2011)
Dawes Cycles Clubman (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men, Women; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

The Clubman by Dawes Cycles is a nice audax bike. If you want something that can be a short distance tourer or commuter then this bike will fit you nicely, and will also make a good trainer in the

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More information at: BikeRadar, 9/2011 Dawes Clubman The Dawes’ Clubman takes you back in time to the days when you might take your old steel, three-speed bicycle out for a sunday ride with friends. … to review

Giro 400 (11)
Dawes Cycles Giro 400 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

The Giro 400 certainly provides direct power transfer, but is let down by a whole slew of factors including weight, kit selection, and ride quality, says BikeRadar. While it had a relaxed, confident

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2011 Dawes Giro 400 Holding the third position in Dawes's lineup of road bikes, the Giro 400 definitely looks sharp and sporty. … to review

 
Dawes Cycles Giro 300 (2011)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

While the Dawes Giro 300 has a pretty good frame, a couple factors let it down, says BikeRadar. Because its gearing was a bit higher than usual and its wheels were quite heavy, reviewers found

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More information at: BikeRadar, 6/2011 Dawes Giro 300 Since its Giro moniker conjures up images of the Italian Grand Tour, it's only natural to assume that this is a bike that'll be at home on a hilly ride. … to review

Dawes Cycles Sportif Elite
Dawes Cycles Sportif Elite

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

The Sportif Elite sports some fantastic components, like its wheels, brakes or handlebars, and some shabbier ones, such as the saddle or the seatpost, thus causing a mixed impression on BikeRadar.

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More information at: BikeRadar, 11/2010 Dawes Cycles Sportif Elite Dawes say the Sportif Elite is designed for – surprise, surprise – sportives. But judging by the steel frame with its horizontal top tube, rack mounts and standard-fit mudguards, this looks like an audax bike to us. In truth, a bicycle like this can take on commuting or light touring too. … to review

Dawes Cycles Sportif Comp (2010)
Dawes Cycles Sportif Comp (2010)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Men; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

This all steel audax bike was comfortable to ride with good overall proportions and the geometry of a light tourer. Bike Radar had qualms with the gears though which were more racer than tourer and …

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Dawes Cycles XC 2.2 (2010)

Mountain bike; User type: Unisex; Hardtail; Frame Material: Aluminium

"... if you stay away from rougher sections, the Dawes is a well balanced and enjoyable ride. The frame is mellow in feel despite the clattering rear mech making it sound rough, while the skinny

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More information at: BikeRadar, 2/2010 Dawes Cycles XC2.2 (10) Birmingham-based Dawes made their name when holiday essentials were carried in a canvas saddlebag not on a cut-price flight, and they still produce top value touring bikes as well as a range of mountain bikes like the XC2.2. Single Test. One mountain bike was reviewed and rated on ride & handling, frame and equipment. … to review

Dawes Cycles Mono (2010)
Dawes Cycles Mono (2010)

Urban bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Steel

Whilst only available in a limited size range, the Mono offered a very smooth, well kitted-out ride that was fun and responsive. BikeRadar noted, however, that although usefully fitted with a fixed

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More information at: BikeRadar, 1/2010 Dawes Cycles Mono (10) This versatile singlespeed all-rounder is a solid and well-equipped way either to get to work or tick off your winter miles. Single test. One urban bike was reviewed and rated on ride & handling, chassis and equipment. … to review

Dawes Cycles Edge X (2010)
Dawes Cycles Edge X (2010)

Hybrid bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

BikeRadar found the Daves Cycles Edge X a reasonably pleasant ride thanks to the length of its wheelbase, but felt the bikes weight hindered its upgradability and found it slow, although steady, …

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Dawes Cycles Ace (2009)

Folding bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Aluminium

Bike Radar believed that the Ace from Dawes Cycles was good value for money for a well specified all-rounder. It might not win a beauty contest but it scores very highly on practicality, with its

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More information at: BikeRadar, 9/2009 Dawes Cycles Ace (09) The top machine in Dawes' range of three folding bikes – well, the Ace naturally beats the Jack and Kingpin – comes with everything fitted as standard for day-to-day urban riding. … to review

 
Dawes Cycles Discovery 601 (2009)

Touring bicycle; User type: Unisex; No Suspension; Frame Material: Alloy

The city commuter bike offers comfort and a suprising ability for speed, say BikeRadar, whilst facing tough competition from similarly-priced competitors. The bike was found to be well suited to city …

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Dawes Cycles Giro 200 (2009)
Dawes Cycles Giro 200 (2009)

Racer/Road bike; User type: Unisex; No Suspension

"... The Giro's frame and fork are just too stiff for comfort. It's not a problem on really smooth roads, but as soon as the surface is less than perfect it's a punishing

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More information at: BikeRadar, 7/2009 Dawes Cycles Giro 200 (09) If Raleigh were the everyman's all-steel wonder of the Golden Age of British cycling, Dawes were their trusty wingman, with a particular talent for producing classic touring bikes. Unfortunately the entry-level Giro definitely falls the wrong side of the 'how much do you need to pay for decent performance?' fence. … to review

 

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